federal government pairs a lot of blame in this, by subsidizing new structures and spending on transportation infrastructure creating, you know, nonsensible investments like the people mover. now, the problem is that, you know, a city like detroit, a declining city already has an abundance of structure and infrastructure relative to people. the last thing you need were more structures in a place like detroit, and yet the politicians were there ready across the entire rust belt ready to build villages because it looks great, bus it's beautiful and shiny and all the sudden cleveland is the come back city, but that does nothing to address the real problems of the urban area or make sure the children in the cities have the skills they need to compete in the global economy and have something that's a birthright of everyone, the safety of the streets. . .